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Re: [O] prevent auto appending #+INCLUDE files title

From: Rasmus
Subject: Re: [O] prevent auto appending #+INCLUDE files title
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2015 18:13:21 +0100
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Hi Manuel,

Manuel Koell <address@hidden> writes:

> I tried to use #+INCLUDE "sitemap.org" :only-contents t with the
> :auto-sitemap option on my publishing project, but whenever I include a
> file this way the title appends to the exported document title.
> example file (test.org)
> ```
> #+TITLE: My title
> #+INCLUDE "sitemap.org" :only-contents t
> ```
> Now the exported document title test.html contains the title: My title
> Sitemap
> Expected behaviour: the title I set with #+TITLE

Currently :only-contents is just referring to a headline or so.  E.g.

          #+include: "test.org::#head1" :only-contents t

will limit the input to the sense of contents as understood by

I agree that it might extend the meaning of :only-contents to also work on
full files, though it’s not clear what the proper behavior is.  In
particular, what keywords would it extend to?  E.g. what about
#+backend_header lines, e.g. #+html_header?  To me, this sounds like a
difficult problem to get right...

An easy fix in your problem in this case is probably :lines "2-".


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